Vehicles of Change

April 2014

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 1. School nutrition operators must use a certified street-style food truck for any moblie feeding program.


 2. Benefits of providing meals through a mobile foodservice program include ___.
 
 3. In Burke County, Ga., Summer meals are delivered throughout the community using a fleet of ___.
 

4. In Summer 2013, Salida (Calif.) School District served approximately ___.
 

 5. One of the biggest mistakes people make in getting a food truck, suggests Salida's Billy Reid, is underestimating fuel costs.
 
 6. Share Our Strength recently developed ___, a resource specifically designed to help expand summer meal participation.
 
 7.  National and community hunger-relief advocates may provide helpful with funding, data and other types of support.
 
8. When developing your mobile meals plan, be sure to take ___ into account.
 
 9. In Orange County, Fla., the school nutrition operation's T.O.M. program stands for "____ of the Month"
  
 10. The operation of certain types of food trucks may require a driver to  ___.
 

 

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